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Heart of Psychotherapy The Most Honest, Revealing, Fascinating Account of What Goes on in Therapy

ISBN-10: 0312141106
ISBN-13: 9780312141103
Edition: 1996 (Revised)
Authors: George Weinberg
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Description: Candid, compassionate, and groundbreaking. The Heart of Pscyhotherapy opened the door to the therapeutic office more than a decade ago, offering a generation of readers an unparalleled evaluation of what does-and what should-go on in therapy. This  More...

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Book details

List price: $22.99
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 2/15/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Candid, compassionate, and groundbreaking. The Heart of Pscyhotherapy opened the door to the therapeutic office more than a decade ago, offering a generation of readers an unparalleled evaluation of what does-and what should-go on in therapy. This edition, published with a new expanded foreward written by the author, reaffirms Dr. George Weinberg's understanding of therapy as an intimate relationship between two people-the patient who has reached out for help and the therapist who wants to give it-and discusses particular issues that have emerged in the 1990s. In this new edition, Dr. Weinberg: -Advises the healthy male on how to express his feelings openly -Challenges therapists to refrain from imposing their prior beliefs on patients -Discusses the needed feminist influence in psychotherapy Wise and sensitive, powerful and courageous, The Heart of Psychotherapy is an unusual, penetrating book that has long been regarded as the leading work in its field.

George Weinberg, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who runs a busy high-profile practice. He is also the author of nine books, including the bestselling SELF CREATION. Dr Weinberg has appeared on many radio and television programmes including OPRAH and written for American magazines including GLAMOUR, COSMOPOLITAN and READERS DIGEST.

Acknowledgments
Foreword
Introduction
The Therapist's Personality
How People Change
Structuring Our Practice
The Therapist's Office
Clothing
The Therapist's Fees
The Telephone
Record Keeping
How Often?
Language
The Patient's Cooperation
Confidentiality
Privileges and Limits
Diagnosis
Diagnosis as Progressive
Diagnosis from What the Patient Tells Us
The Patient's Personal Style
Heightening Our Diagnostic Sense
Motivation
The Search for Motives
Uncovering Unconscious Motivations
Setting Goals
Revealing the Patient's Own Hand
The Journey
The Therapist-Patient Relationship
The Working Alliance
How Transference Works
Studying the Transference
Resolving the Transference
Resistances
The Analysis of Resistances
Countertransference
The Tools of Treatment
Listening
Asking Questions
Describing the Patient
Interpretation
Giving Advice
Recommendations and Favors
Utilizing the Patient's Past
Dreams
The Therapist as Model
Beginnings and Ends
Crisis - The Limits of Therapy
The Problem of Referrals
The First Session
Termination
Index
About the Author

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